A look at Tuesday’s key events including a late night in prospect in Brussels, a 2nd reading of UK GDP & results from Remy Cointreau and Britvic.
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This is I look ahead to the key financial political and economic events affecting Europe on she's Dana and the 27. And nineteen prospect in Brussels when eurozone finance ministers and the IMF but trying to hammer massive deal to keep Greece afloat. France's finance minister says a quick resignation is -- day. -- And you we have an agreement that is 95%. Possible immediately lets -- quickly and leave him with a deal that will allow us to finance the Greek program. To disperse the aid that we must put in place and to ensure the sustainability of the Greek debt in the medium term. Officials trying once again to agree on whether or not -- to Athens might eventually be forgiven to cut Greek debt. But -- finance minister says this isn't under discussion. Yet. You -- that's -- in the age gender and payments because -- thinking about lowering interest rates. -- thinking about using the launch profits of the national banks to give them back to Greece that means it will be about to mix of matches if everybody's involved. A debt cut to the public bodies and in fact the tax pay is was no one to eight by any country. In the UK -- second reading of Q3 GDP tomorrow at 930 London time full concept for a slight revision lower to zero point 9% from the surprise 1% against. Pissed -- on the -- the 25. In Portugal the pollen is set to vote on the 2013. Budget and in the bond markets auctions to you from both Anthony and Spain. Finally incorporate music a couple of earnings of -- samarra any -- tread the French spirits -- is benefitting from slowing Asian c'mon let's -- -- time cognac. And Rick bit -- drinks make him recently agreed to merge with smaller rival AG ball creating one of the biggest soft drink companies in yet. That's how I look ahead to choose saying I'm acting on Sundays is choices.